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  • SirenHead16

    I've been browsing youtube comment sections and such, discussing Siren Head. A lot of idiots call it a Creepypasta, or an SCP. They call Siren Head a shitty Creepypasta, and such..First of all.

    • Siren Head didn't originate as a Creepypasta, it was a art sketch created by the talented Trevor Henderson, who posted the original Siren Head sketch on his Instagram.
    • Seriously, why does everyone assume every horror related media that originated from The Internet, is a Creepypasta? Going by that logic, CryptTV is Creepypasta. Sure, they did post Creepypasta stories on YouTube, but those are non-canon to the original series'
    • Siren Head shouldn't even count as Creepypasta. Any horror related media from the internet, that didn't start off as a creepy story on the internet, or horror related media, that were turned into creepypastas (Like Slenderman, because he originated from SomethingAwful, and most of his characteristics originated from Marble Hornets), shouldn't even count. If it originated from the Creepypasta wiki, or if its considered a creepypasta by the original author, then sure, its Creepypasta. But, Trevor Henderson himself, literally stated that he wants all of his creations (ex. Siren Head, Long Horse, Cartoon Cat) to be its own thing.

    I've also been hearing about Siren Head being an SCP. If anyone thinks that, you need to get some help. Even notable SCP Foundation users, have stated that it is not an SCP. Trevor himself ALSO stated this, for the same exact reason to why it isn't a Creepypasta. The current SCP limit is SCP-5555. SCP-6789 does NOT exist, and if you think it does, you are delusional.

    Well, that was my rant. Because this whole "Siren Head is a Creepypasta/SCP" thing is driving me insane.

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    • I call character-centric story characters iconpastas and icons but siren head is just art until someone rights its canon down like slenderman

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    • Technically, Slender Man and The Rake didn't start out as Creepypastas, but they became that way due to some creative writers.

      Garfield also didn't start out as an SCP, but he too became that way (SCP-3166).

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    • If there's enough of an overlapping fanbase with the creepypasta subculture, Sirenhead can be considered a creepypasta thing as far as I'm concerned.

      Keep in mind that what we do on this wiki is really just one side of creepypasta, the story-writing side. The meme and photbomb side of the creepypasta fandom still very much exists and we can't say we're more creepypasta than they are.

      That said, if people start posting a bunch of Sirenhead stories here, it is going to be a problem just because of how we do things here.

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    • HopelessNightOwl wrote:

      That said, if people start posting a bunch of Sirenhead stories here, it is going to be a problem just because of how we do things here.

      Well technically, you're protected by the "no spinoffs" rule. If Siren Head becomes an SCP before it becomes a Creepypasta, then it will not be allowed here.

      If it becomes a Creepypasta first...then I don't really know what to do.

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    • Trevor Henderson makes some really good art, it's a shame Siren Head is the only thing he's really known for.

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    • Cornconic wrote:
      Trevor Henderson makes some really good art, it's a shame Siren Head is the only thing he's really known for.

      Ehh, not really.

      Some of his other monsters are known pretty well to some.

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    • EnnardTrap1987 wrote: Ehh, not really.

      Some of his other monsters are known pretty well to some.

      Like Cartoon Cat and the Man With the Upside Down Face.

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    • Weird, I've never heard of those. I guess I'll have to check more of his stuff out at some point.

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